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Chamaecyparis obtusa Filicoides Compacta

Sedum morganianum, Sedum burrito and Crassula

Sedum variegatum makinoi: very low, lower than 3 cm, when planted in a pot is hanging cascade, rounded green leaves with white edges variegation, yellow summer flowers drab, not resistant to frost, originating in Japan (already missed the hand with her, takes to crawl and its roots are fragile and delicate, when planting should ensure cover the roots with substrate).

Cactus crestatissimi

crassula rupestris

Blooming cactus at Cistus Nursery

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Michauxia campanuloides "Michaux's Bellflower": Arrestingly beautiful in bloom & EASY to grow, this unusual member of the Campanula family is native to Lebanon & Israel & finds itself at home in our Mediterranean climate. A multitude of curious, lantern-like buds open into a grand candelabra of fantastical 4” pure white, passion flower like blooms beginning in early Summer & continuing till August if dead-headed. Killer cut flowers!